When you've spent eight decades building schools, housing, corporate offices, and everything else under the sun, you learn how to do things the right way. Our construction-management services begin in preconstruction with an intense focus on constructability, budgeting, and scheduling. Throughout preconstruction, procurement, construction, and closeout, our clients have the benefit of working with the same project team to ensure that everything is delivered safely and seamlessly to the highest standards of quality. Whether it’s a public- or private-sector project, we're here to look out for the best interests of our clients.
While lots of companies throw around words like integrity, quality, and professionalism, to us they’re a way of life. That’s been the case for more than 80 years now. When you hire Fontaine Bros. as your contractor, you have every right to expect the best. Because that’s what we’re going to build.
Fontaine Bros. believes in self-performing work, using our own highly skilled and trusted craftspeople. Our union tradespeople are the heart of the Fontaine Bros. team. In fact, many of them have been with the company for 25 years or more. By using our own people for labor, demolition, concrete, carpentry, and masonry, we know things will get done right the first time, on time, every time.
While it’s easy to look at a construction company and just see the enormous construction equipment or a new edifice taking shape, our people are the most crucial ingredient of our business. Throughout our history, even when the economy was weak, we’ve done everything necessary to keep our crews together. There’s just no substitute for integrity and experience.
We take great pride in our ability to innovate, adapt, and persevere in a business that’s always evolving. We have grown through countless building cycles and changing methods. We test and utilize the latest technologies so we can stay ahead of our competitors, including building information modeling, online project management, and the integration of the latest field practices to maximize efficiency.
Our family has been at it for 80+ years now, and we have no plans to change anytime soon. No matter what the future looks like, we’re pretty confident that there will be a Fontaine there, shaking a hand, signing a contract, swinging a hammer, and making sure things are done right. Frankly, it’s the only way we know how to do things.